Steve Scauzillo: Mexican memories now...

Steve Scauzillo: Mexican memories now stained with blood

There are 4 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Jan 7, 2010, titled Steve Scauzillo: Mexican memories now stained with blood. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

YOU wouldn't call me the adventuresome traveler. But I'm thankful my wife, Karen, is.

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Matt

Pharr, TX

#1 Jan 7, 2010
Steve...I agree. It is all just so sad. We grieve with you all for loosing a great educator and man in such a senseless way. On the other end of the border here along the Rio Grande, the story is the same and the violence is all too frequent. Mexico is a beautiful country and its people among the friendliest and most hospitable people on the planet. It is a sad what has happened due to years of mistrust and corruption. Let's hope and pray for peace.

from the US/Mex border in South Texas
angelica johnson

Lebanon, OR

#2 Jan 8, 2010
Your articles are interesting, I try and read the Whittier Daily News on a daily basis, but your Spanish leaves a lot to be desired. It's always been Rosarito Beach and Las Mananitas. If your wife speaks Spanish, please ask her to read whatever articles you write with Spanish names in them. Thanks.
Jaime

Monterey Park, CA

#3 Jan 10, 2010
Steve, FYI:

Major addition to the story and AS OF TO DATE ENTIRELY UNREPORTED.

TO WIT: Bobby Salcedo was both a U.S. citizen and a Mexican citizen with "dual nationality").

Mexico has allowed dual nationality for quite some time.

Bobby Salcedo had a Mexican birth certificate issued by the Mexican consulate in Los Angeles.

There is a special department in each Mexican Consulate for those who wish to apply for Mexican Nationality, which Bobby did.

So, let's be truthful about his status.

RIP, Bobby, we miss you, and you most certainlty did not need to suffer the tragedy you and your family underwent and still do.
RIP Bobby

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jan 14, 2010
Steve, I'm with you, Mexico is a beautiful place with wonderful people. I only saw Bobby once or twice but that was enough for me to know the special human being that he was. It did not surprise me to learn how impressed you were when you met him. Our world needs more people like him.
I don't know what it will take to bring peace, calm and safety to Mexico but something needs to happen urgently!

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